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Tory controlled East Cambridgeshire District Council will vote on Thursday to throw the proverbial baby out with the bath water and remove its emerging local plan – and two years of scrutiny – from independent examination.

March Street Pride has been awarded £4,000 to help them create a new floral project in the town.

In 2015, the Council adopted a local plan that introduced policies that empowered communities to be more involved and lead on development in their area.

A national road safety charity received a massive fundraising boost thanks to members of a Fenland club at their presentation night.

Author Whitney Schurer will give a talk about her debut novel at The Bookshop in Ely on Monday February 25.

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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Chatteris Town are within three victories of Cambridgeshire County League promotion.

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Yesterday, 17:47

The Brampton Mill might be a 500-year-old building but thanks to a stylish refurbishment it’s been transformed into a modern masterpiece – though still maintaining its traditional character thanks to a fully functioning mill wheel and low-beamed ceilings.

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Thursday, February 14, 2019

A large labrador from Emneth who struggled to walk has shed more than a third of her weight after ditching her sizeable diet.

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